Do you miss performing? Want an audience to hear the songs you sing in the car? Great at shooting free throws? Showcase your skills in the CBA's first-ever talent contest! All talents are welcome!
Musical Performances / Dancing / Juggling / Magic / Sports / Pet Tricks / Etc.!


1. Format and Length of Video Submission 
        a. All entries must be submitted in digital format (.mp4 or .mov). 
-  All entries must be submitted via email to 
-  Entrants may email the video submission through a link to a cloud storage platform such as iCloud, DropBox, Google
                   Drive, etc.  
        b. All submissions should include the following information in the body of the email: 
-  Names of all contestants who appear in the video
-  Title of the act
-  Short description of the act which will be used on our voting page and on the YouTube video
        c. Maximum length per video submission is 3 minutes
        d.     Time-lapsed videos are allowed, subject to the above formatting requirements.
        e.     Each video submission may contain an unlimited number of entrants.
2. The deadline for submissions is 5:00 pm (central time) on Thursday, April 15, 2021.
3. Entrants may submit as many videos entries as they wish. However, only 1 prize will be awarded per submission, and no entrant may receive more than 1 award.
4.     By submitting an entry, you agree to the following: click here to view entrant waiver
5.     Videos will be posted on YouTube*. Voting will occur on April 20-21. Link coming soon!
*Do you want to perform something that you think may be copyrighted material? Click here to see your options in our Frequently Asked Questions! 


CBA's Got Talent will benefit The Edward J. Lewis II Lawyers in the Classroom program.
Lawyers in the Classroom is a Chicago Bar Association program that has existed for over 30 years. Volunteer attorneys are placed in 2nd-8th grade social studies and literature classrooms to teach students about the U.S. Constitution, their constitutional rights, our legal system, and their responsibilities under the law, to help them effectively engage in civil discourse. Attorney volunteers partner with teachers to provide students with grade-level lessons and knowledge based on real-life experiences, help them develop their critical thinking skills, and offer young people an opportunity to interact with a variety of positive adult role models. Lawyers in the Classroom serves 5000 students, 60 schools and utilizes 600 attorney volunteers over the course of a school year. Click here to make a donation to the Lawyers in the Classroom Program!

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